Electrical Engineering Technician - Power - 403 - 433

Ontario College Diploma
Two years
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Charge your career with a program that opens up electrical technician opportunities in both light and heavy industry.

Program Highlights

  • Graduates of the integrated technician-apprenticeship program are exempt from all three levels of the in-school training portion of the Industrial Electrician (442A) apprenticeship. If participating in the co-op option, you may also gain apprenticeship hours.
  • Completion of this program also allows apprentices to be exempted from levels 1 and 2 of the in-­school training for the Electrician Construction and Maintenance - 309A  Apprenticeship program.
  • Blended theory classes that are face-to-face and on-line.

What you'll learn

  • Train for careers in light and heavy manufacturing industries.
  • Technical skills and knowledge of electricity and electrical circuits.
  • Knowledge to install, repair, calibrate and maintain instruments or devices in the operation of electrical motors, generators and distribution equipment.
  • Knowledge to install, repair, calibrate and maintain instruments or devices in the operation of automation and instrumentation equipment.

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Program Length

  • 403: 2 academic years (periods of 8 months)
  • 433 (Co-op): 2 academic years (periods of 8 months), plus one additional year of co-op

Fast Track - allows students to complete a two-year diploma program (non co-op) in 16 months. Students will start in January and be in school for four continuous semesters: Winter, Spring/Summer, Fall and Winter. Students will not be off during the summer.

* Co-op is not available to students who start in January

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Domestic and International student admission requirements

  • OSSD or equivalent (Mohawk Academic Upgrading, GED) including:
    • Grade 12 English, C or U or equivalent
    • Grade 12 Mathematics, C (MCT4C recommended) or U

Options are available for mature applicants.

Language Requirements for Applicants with English as a Second Language

Applicants whose first language is not English will be required to demonstrate proficiency in English.

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Tuition and Fees

2023 - 2024 Domestic Tuition and Fees

DescriptionSemester 1Semester 2
Compulsory Ancillary Fees$864.60$758.46
Co-op FeesN/A$582.26
Compulsory Program Fees$0.00$0.00
Domestic Tuition$1,354.04$1,354.04
Total Domestic Charges Per Semester
without Co-op
Total Domestic Charges Per Semester
with Co-op
Total 1st Year Fees (Non Co-op)$4,331.14
Total 1st Year Fees (Co-op)$4,913.40

Above fees based on full-time September program start date. Contact Student Services to confirm fees for other start dates or semesters.

2023 - 2024 International Tuition and Fees

DescriptionSemester 1Semester 2
Total Tuition & Ancillary Fee$8,355.00$8,355.00
Co-op FeesN/A$582.26
Program Compulsory Fees$0.00$0.00
International Tax Recovery$450.00$375.00
Total International Charges Per Semester
without Co-op
Total International Charges Per Semester
with Co-op
Total 1st Year Fees (Non Co-op)$17,535.00
Total 1st Year Fees (Co-op)$18,117.26

If you pay by wire transfer, please note your bank might charge you a fee to transfer money. Make sure your transfer includes the Mohawk payment and the wire transfer fee. This applies to each wire transfer payment you make.

Additional Information

Financial Assistance

When it comes to paying for your education, investing in your future can be more affordable than you think. A Mohawk education is one of the most cost-effective means of acquiring the skills and knowledge you need to have a prosperous and rewarding career. 

As you start on your chosen career path, it's important to have a realistic set of expectations regarding the expenses associated with attending college. In addition to your tuition fees, you will also need to budget for books, supplies, housing, and other related living expenses. You may be able to supplement your income and savings with scholarships, bursaries, or loans. It pays to do some research into what types of financial assistance you may qualify for.

Available Financial Assistance Resources:

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By submitting a Scholarships and Bursaries Application every semester, students have access to over $3 million in Mohawk College scholarships, bursaries and Ministry-partnered funding to help meet their financial needs.

Financial Literacy and Money Coaching:

Whether saving for school, sticking to a budget, or planning for a major purchase, financial literacy affects us all. That's why Mo' Money is committed to helping our students improve their money skills and become more confident with their money.

Course Overview & Descriptions

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Experiential Learning

How you'll gain skills 

  • Practical labs that will require teamwork, problem solving, and execution of theoretical knowledge gained.
  • Gain valuable experience during co-op work terms.* The co-op program provides students with the opportunity to gain up to 16 months of valuable work experience. Please be advised that the co-op stream is not available to students who begin the program in January (fast-track).
  • Experience interactive simulations.
  • Evidence-based capstone research project.

This co-op program has been accredited by CEWIL Canada. This represents the highest standard of achievement for co-op programs in Canada.

To learn more, please visit the Centre for Experiential Learning.   

Students interested in the co-operative program (433) do not apply directly. Once enrolled in program 403, students who start in September, can apply to the co-op stream (433) during Semester 1 and will be admitted at the end of Semester 1, if they meet the co-op requirements. Co-op is not available to students who start first semester in January.

Co-op Format

September to December January to AprilMay to August
Semester 1Semester 2Work Term 1 (Co-op)
Semester 3Work Term 2 (Co-op)Work Term 3 (Co-op)
Work Term 4 (Co-op)Semester 4 

Learn more about Electrical Engineering Technician - Power

Co-op Delivery and Fees

This program has an optional co-op, as part of the program of study.

The annual co-op fee structure can be found on the Tuition and Fees page.

For questions, please contact the Co-op Specialist listed at the bottom of the webpage.


This optional co-op program offers 40 co-operative education spots, per fall intake. Academic eligibility requirements will be shared prior to students applying to the co-op stream.

Co-op Designation

This program offers four co-op work term opportunities but requires two completed co-op work terms for the co-op designation. 

Work Term Capabilities

(which do not reflect individual work experiences & exposures)

  • Interpret and produce electrical and electronics drawings using AutoCAD
  • Assemble, test, modify, and maintain electrical circuits and equipment
  • Electrical code and electrical wiring practices; conduit bending and installation
  • Calibrate and maintain instruments or devices in the operation of electrical motors, generators and distribution equipment
  • Install and troubleshoot static and rotating electrical machines and associated control systems
  • Use, verify, and maintain automation and instrumentation equipment and systems
  • Assist in commissioning, testing and troubleshooting electrical power systems under the supervision of a qualified person

Additional Information

Mohawk College students enrolled in the two year Electrical Engineering Technician - Power program at the Stoney Creek Campus will be earning more than a technician diploma! Graduates of this program will have taken the in-school portion of the basic, intermediate and advanced apprenticeship programming in the related trade - (442A) Industrial Electrician. This allows graduates to enter an apprenticeship - for which many large employers are demanding a technician diploma for entry - with the three levels of in-school training completed.


Co-op Pay RangeCo-op Pay Average
Range: $16.55 - $23.50Average: $21.50


For further information regarding the co-op programs, please contact:

Rachel Alfano, Co-op Specialist
Phone: 905-575-1212 Ext. 5045
Email: rachel.alfano [at] mohawkcollege.ca (Rachel Alfano)

Learning Outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes, often referred to as ‘Program Standards', set out the essential learning that a student must achieve before being deemed ready to graduate.

In many cases these program learning outcomes were developed by the Ministry of Colleges and Universities (MCU) in consultation with employers and educators who are experts in the program field. To ensure the outcomes remain current and in line with industry needs, we invite our employers, graduates working in the field and current students to re-examine and update them during regular, ongoing program review focus groups.

Career Opportunities

Your future career options

  • Construction
  • Electrical Systems Engineering Technician
  • Industrial Electrician
  • Industrial Engineering and Manufacturing Technician
  • Construction and Maintenance Electrician

Where you could work includes: 

  • Steel, Paper, Plastics, Metals, Mining and Power Utilities
  • Heavy Industry, Contractors and Electrical Equipment Manufacturers
  • Automotive
  • Educational Services
  • Construction

Opportunities for grads

Graduates are eligible to register as associate members of The Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT).

Educational Pathways


Pathways to Mohawk 

If you've successfully taken a course at another post-secondary institution, you may be able to earn course exemptions toward your credential here at Mohawk.

Pathways within Mohawk

If you have successfully completed one of the following programs at Mohawk, you may be eligible to receive transfer credit in this program. *

We offer a diverse range of programs to further your studies within Mohawk following completion of this program. * 

This Pathways map shows how the identified program can lead to future program choices within Mohawk.

Pathways beyond Mohawk

Earn a degree:

See ONTransfer for additional opportunities at other colleges or universities in Ontario. 

Search the Mohawk Transfer Database for opportunities outside of Ontario.

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